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NATIVE AMERICAN WALKING STICK - Early 19th c Iroquois Maple Cane carved with a human head handle having one remaining inset bead eye and a full-length body below, featuring a feathered cape, the tapered and varnished shaft is fully chip carved, with two entwined snakes carved of a piece with the shaft, having arrowhead form heads at top with fern fronds between. Snakes were a common theme, as canes were used to clear them from ones path. 32 1/2" long. Nice age and use patina. Displayed at the 2003 Hudson Museum U of M, Orono exhibition "Stick to the Trail".

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NATIVE AMERICAN WALKING STICK - Early 19th c Iroquois

Auction ended on Fri, Feb 6, 2015
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